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EUJS update on #TwitterTrial

Update June 2024: The hearing took place on 4 June at the Berlin Regional Court. The platform had already attempted to significantly delay the proceedings in advance and evade...

EUJS Statement on the Outrageous Level Up! Closing Plenary Events

The European Union of Jewish Students (EUJS) strongly condemns...

Report – The Rise of Antisemitism at European Universities as a result of the October 7 Massacre

EUJS has published a report on the Rise of Antisemitism...

EUJS’ stand against anti-zionist Jewish groups and their damage to our Jewish community

The European Union of Jewish Students (EUJS) believes it...

EUJS Statement on the Israel-Hamas War: Towards an Open Dialogue for Peace

Brussels, Belgium Since the barbaric attacks committed by the terrorist...

Statement on the Commemoration of the International Students’ Day

To the Heads of Higher Education Establishments,  Today is International...


We have updated this report – read the newest...

EUJS launches new report platform: Help us in monitoring antisemitic incidents across Europe!

If you have experienced any antisemitic incidents following the...

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EU24: Pledges for a Vibrant and Sustainable Jewish Future in the EU

Below you can find our downloadable and sharable pledges which you too can commit to! Pledges-EU24-1Download

About EUJS

The European Union of Jewish Students (EUJS) is a pluralistic, inclusive and non-partisan umbrella organisation. We support Jewish student unions throughout Europe and represent its members in international institutions and organisations.

Founded in 1978, we currently have 36 member organisations, spanning from Russia to Scandinavia to the United Kingdom.

EUJS is led by the president, executive director, and eight board members who are elected by EUJS member organizations at the EUJS General Assembly. The EUJS headquarters are located in Brussels, Belgium.

WJC co-organized an important seminar this week in Brussels, "Building Bridges in Divided Times," in collaboration with the @EU_Commission, @EUJS, and the Representation of the German State of Hessen to the European Union.

With the upcoming elections in June for the European

In the last 20 years, the European Parliament has taken crucial steps to combat anti-Semitism.

It's important to use your vote in the EU elections to continue supporting these efforts.

June 6-9, 2024: save the date, get out and vote! 🗳

#EUmatters #ForAJewishFEUture

🧵The EUJS delegation, with youth leaders from @AJCGlobal, WJC NextGen @worldjewishcongress, & @BnaiBrith visits the historic shores of Normandy, commemorating the D-day 80th anniversary. Honouring those who fought for freedom, we reaffirm our commitment to defend European values

Linzee Zalta, WJC NextGen Manager @WorldJewishCong
"Standing here in Normandy, where defenders of the West united, regardless of their social identities, to protect the free world should draw inspiration to come together—for the Jewish community and our larger society".

Brandon Leach, @AJCGlobal
"Today we need to work to bridge the Atlantic divide and work together once more to defeat the rise in extremism, the same extremism that tens of thousands died to destroy, on this land beneath our very feet".

The European elections are coming up in June 2024, giving citizens the power to shape the future of Europe.

The European Parliament gets to decide on a lot of things that matter to your daily life.

Use your vote. Or others will decide for you 🗳️
#EUmatters #ForAJewishFEUture

This past year has been challenging, and the pain endures.

I've just returned from a delegation in Israel, concluding in Thessaloniki at an intimate seminar co-sponsored by the @WorldJewishCong and @EUJS.

The event honored the enduring legacy and history of Jews from the Middle

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